Click the map for tourism ideas Derbyshire is covered by large parts of the Peak District National Park, which forms the southern tip of the Pennines. Home of Rolls Royce, the World famous quality motor vehicles, Derbyshire has some of England's finest scenery, whether it's the picturesque Dales or the rugged Peaks.
Barley Mow

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Main Street, Kirk Ireton, Derbyshire DE6 3JP. Tel: 01335 370306
Excellent old Jacobean inn which retains it's original old English flagstone floors and ales straight from the cask. There are many rooms and all are a step back in time with well worn tables and seats.
Barrel Inn

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Bretton, Eyam, Derbyshire S32 5QD. Tel: 01433 630856
Excellent inn dating back to 1597 overlooking Eyam Edge, with good views across the white Peak. Excellent ales and good food.
Bentley Brook Inn

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Fenny Bentley, Ashbourne, Derbyshire DE6 1LF. Tel: 01335 350278
Excellent half timbered inn serving great 'Leatherbritches' cask ales which are brewed in the old washhouse at the back of the Inn. Along with a warm welcome the Bentley Brook serves excellent food and sits amongst five acres of wild flower meadow, trout stream and woodland. They also have skittle alleys and a boules court.
Blind Bull

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, Little Hucklow, Derbyshire SK17 8RT. Tel: 07742644091
Formerly Ye Old Bulls Head is difficult to find but it's worth it. When you visit, go hungry, the portions are huge with real meat ( the gammon is about one and a half pounds uncooked) with real home made chips etc. all cooked to perfection. The beer is exceptional and for the colder days a real coal fire !
Brunswick Inn


1 Railway Terrace, Derby, Derbyshire DE1 2RU. Tel: 01332 290677
Built in 1841 at the end of a terrace of railway workers' cottages, and saved from demolition in the Eighties, it is a comfortable multi-roomed hideaway from the busy road. Good selection of beers, including some brewed on-site, while the food features hearty rib-sticking dishes.
Bulls Head

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Church Street, Monyash, Derbyshire DE45 1JH. Tel: 01629 812372
Grade II listed stone inn dating back to 1690 and just 5 miles from Bakewell. The Bulls head serves good quality food along with well kept real ales.
Cap & Stocking

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20 Borough Street, Kegworth, Derbyshire DE74 2FF. Tel: 01509 556215
This is a real old fashioned pub serving Bass in the traditional way - by the jug.
Clock Warehouse

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London Road, Shardlow, Derbyshire DE72 2GL. Tel: 01332 792844
Lovely conversion of an old grain warehouse dating back to 1780. The Clock Warehouse sits adjacent to Shardlow Lock on the Trent & Mersey Canal and part of the old canal runs under / through the building. The outdoor area opposite the Shardlow Heritage Centre is ideal for watching the boating world go by and feeding the ducks.
Crown Inn

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Riggs Lane, Marston Montgomery, Derbyshire DE6 2FF. Tel: 01889 591 430
Lovely village inn serving good food and well kept ales.
Dead Poets Inn

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38 Chapel Street, Holbrook, Derbyshire DE56 0TQ. Tel: 01332 780301
Full of character with low beams, a roaring fire and a great selection of real ale.
Devonshire Arms
High Street, Pilsley, Derbyshire DE45 1UL. Tel: 01246 583258
Country inn located on the Chatsworth estate serving good pub food in a delightful location. The excellent Chatsworth Farm shop is in the village and the River Derwent is a short stroll away.
Dog & Partridge

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Swinscoe, Ashbourne, Derbyshire DE6 2HS. Tel: 01335 343183
17th century Inn situated in the hamlet of Swinscoe on the Derbyshire / Staffordshire border. Good food, comfortable surroundings and warm hospitality.
Eyre Arms

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, Hassop, Derbyshire DE45 1NS. Tel: 01629 640390
Excellent 17th Century inn dating from the civil war with original oak beams, stone walls, pews and a splendid grandfather clock in the lounge. A warm welcome is assured along with excellent food from the menu with impressive specials board and traditional ales and you may even get to see the resident Cavalier ghost !
George Hotel

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Castle Street, Castleton, Derbyshire S33 8WG. Tel: 01433 620238
Lovely inn located in the popular tourist area of the Peak District National Park. Well kept ales are complimented by an excellent menu.
George Hotel

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Commercial Road, Tideswell, Derbyshire SK17 8NU. Tel: 01298 871382
Excellent coaching inn dating back to 1730. Set in the delightful village of Tideswell in the heart of the Peak District. Located adjacent to the 'Cathedral of the Peak' village church, the George serves excellent cask ales and good food.
Holly Bush Inn

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Holybush Lane, Makeney, Derbyshire DE56 0RX. Tel: 01332 841729
17th century grade II listed building where the ale is brought up from the cellar in jugs. The Holly Bush has been one of our favourites for years, don't be surprised if you find a whole tree in the fireplace and if you order a pint of Old Rosie find that it's a cider as one Fat Badger once did. A belter!
Lamb Inn

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Hayfield Road, Chinley, Derbyshire SK23 6AL. Tel: 01663 750519
Popular multi roomed inn serving good wholesome food and a warm welcome. Sitting in the shadow of Kinder Scout, the Lamb Inn has great views across the Chinley valley as long as the cloud isn't too low !
Lantern Pike Inn

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Glossop Road, Little Hayfield, Derbyshire SK22 2NG. Tel: 01663 747590
Great little 18th century roadside inn serving great food and very well kept ales.
Monsal Head Hotel

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Monsal Head, Bakewell, Derbyshire DE45 1NL. Tel: 01629 640250
The Monsal Head Hotel is effectively split into two with the main hotel with its' almost colonial style dining area and the Stables, a cosy pub converted from the original stables with original flag floor and large roaring fire. Both however, are located in one of the most stunning inn locations you could hope to find. Excellent food is served in the hotel whilst the Stables has a vast array of very well kept ales. The horseshoe shaped section of the River Wye meanders it's way under the spectacular viaduct of the former Midland Red Railway.
Navigation Inn

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Bugsworth Basin, Buxworth, Derbyshire SK23 7NE. Tel: 01663 732072
Superb 18th Century inn with something to offer everyone. A warm welcome, excellent cask ales, good food and located next to the only remaining canal / tram interchange in the UK.
Okeover Arms

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Mappleton, Ashbourne, Derbyshire DE6 2AB. Tel: 01335 350305
The Okeover Arms plays host to the competitors and spectators for the famous New Year Bridge Jump which takes place every New Year's Day. Good food and local ales are served.
Old Nags Head

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Grindsbrook Booth, Edale, Derbyshire S33 7ZD. Tel: 01433 670291
Grade II listed, low ceilinged, stone-built, traditional country inn dating back to 1577 serving good wholesome food and very well kept ales and the starting point of the Pennine Way.
Pack Horse

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3-5 Market Street, Hayfield, Derbyshire SK22 2EP. Tel: 01663 740074
Excellent contemporary stone inn located in the lovely village of Hayfield. The Pack Horse serves exceptionally good food and very well kept ales.
Pack Horse Inn

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Mellor Road, New Mills, Derbyshire SK22 4QQ. Tel: 01663 742365
Delightful family run inn with spectacular views of the beautiful Sett Valley in the Derbyshire High Peak. A warm welcome is complimented by good wholesome food and cask ales including guest ales.
Peels Arms

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Temple Street, Padfield, Derbyshire SK13 1EX. Tel: 01457 852719
Friendly village inn signposted from Snake Pass in the heart of the Longdendale Valley on the edge of the Peak District.
Rambler Inn

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, Edale, Derbyshire S33 7ZA. Tel: 01433 670268
As the name suggests the Rambler is in prime walking country - not just that, it is indeed located at the start of the magnificent Peninne Way, or the end if you're walking downhill. Good selection of ales.
Red Lion Inn

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Main Street, Hognaston, Derbyshire DE6 1PR. Tel: 01335 370396
Excellent village inn with superb cuisine and excellent traditional ales. Located in the heart of rural Derbyshire and just 5 miles from the town of Ashbourne with a real 'quality' feel and a warm welcome. Close to Carsington Water which is a popular visitor destination and sailing lake.
Royal Hotel

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Market Street, Hayfield, Derbyshire SK22 2EP. Tel: 01663 742721
18th Century oak panelled hotel situated in the lovely village of Hayfield serving good food and cask ales. Formerly known as the Shoulder of Mutton, the Royal Hotel sits at the bottom of Kinder Scout in the Peak District with the River Sett passing by.
Royal Oak

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Hurdlow, Buxton, Derbyshire SK17 9QJ. Tel:
Pleasant rural pub in popular walking area with well kept beer and comprehansive food menu.
The Castle

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Castle Street, Castleton, Derbyshire S33 8WG. Tel: 01433 620578
One of many excellent inns in the very busy tourist village of Castleton, the Castle serves good food and cask ales and is reputed to be home to four ghosts.
The Sycamore

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Sycamore Road, Birch Vale, Derbyshire SK22 1AB. Tel: 01663 742715
Excellent, very children friendly country pub with a great reputation for the quality of its food and accommodation. A huge menu is accompanied by traditional cask ale.
Three Stags' Heads
, Wardlow Mires, Derbyshire SK17 8RW. Tel: 01298 872268
The Three Stags' Heads is like walking through a door into a past century - flagstone floors - resident dogs - real fire in winter - often spontaneous live music - sometimes home made bread a range of strong continental beers, handpulled ales and ales from the cask.
Waltzing Weasel Inn
New Mills Road, Birch Vale, Derbyshire SK22 1BT. Tel: 01663 743402
Welcoming stone inn with distant views of Kinder Scout, Derbyshire's highest peak. Located on the A6015 close to the Cheshire border and Peak District National Park but only 15 miles from Manchester airport. The Waltzing Weasel is an excellent base for touring High Peak and serves well kept cask ales, a wide range of wines and excellent food.
Ye Olde Cheshire Cheese Inn

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How Lane, Castleton, Derbyshire S33 8WJ. Tel: 01433 620330
Wonderful inn dating back to 1660 serving good food.
Ye Olde Gate Inne

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Well Street, Brassington, Derbyshire DE4 4HJ. Tel: 01629 540448
Grade II listed inn dating back to 1616 serving great food and well kept ales. The Gate is a what a real pub should be, homely with a fantastic range fireplace.
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